The Supreme Court and the Judicial Branch
This series offers an accessible introduction to the branches of government, as well as the process of national elections and their importance to democracy. Each book opens with an engaging account of a historical event that demonstrates the role of government in our lives, and includes primary resources and illustrative charts and maps to reinforce students' understanding of the information.
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Judicial Checks and Balances
The District Courts
How the Supreme Court Decides
The Supreme Court Building
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